A History of the English-speaking Peoples

A History of the English-speaking Peoples

Book - 1956-58
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A look at the life and accomplishments of the former prime minister presents essays by twenty-nine renowned contributors that examine all phases of Churchill's life—from his youth in the aristocracy to his career in Parliament.

Baker & Taylor
Essays examine Churchill's family life, foreign policy, social reforms, economic ideas, views on Zionism, and relationship with the monarchy and fellow statesmen

Blackwell North Amer
Essays examine Churchill's family life, foreign policy, social reforms, economic ideas, views on Zionism, and relationship with the monarchy and fellow statesmen.

Baker
& Taylor

A look at the life and accomplishments of the former prime minister presents essays by twenty-nine renowned contributors that examine all phases of Churchill's life--from his youth in the aristocracy to his career in Parliament.

Publisher: New York : Dodd, Mead, c1956-58
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780393034097
0393034097
Branch Call Number: 942 CHU
Characteristics: 4 v. : maps. ; 22 cm

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